BRIEFS

07 Jun 2007
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Nokia Siemens Networks is to provide China Mobile Beijing with a turnkey push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) system. Delivery of the system began in May. The products are capable of supporting tens of millions of users in a single network.

Huawei remains the world's biggest DSLAM producer, with more than 50 million lines installed, according to research firm Infonetics. The Shenzhen-based vendor, which introduced the world's first commercial DSLAM in 2001, says it has been no.1 in the market for the past four years.

Alcatel-Lucent has announced an upgrade to its GPON fiber-to-the-user (FTTU) system, with quad port line cards that effectively double system density, support also for VoIP with SIP and H248.

Network service quality control vendor Operax and BEE MediaSoft, a subsidiary of DMX Technologies Group, have agreed to extend BEE's IPTV solution with Operax bandwidth management products.

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